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Homecoming at Penn State Through the Ages

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Only a few months left in this give year! Get on the Honor Roll now before it’s too late!

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Help Connect Us to Brothers from Your Decade

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We want to keep each of you in touch with your brothers from your decade, but we need your help! We have some brothers who we have lost touc

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Join your fellow brothers on the Honor Roll

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We are more than halfway through the 2023 giving year! Have you made your contribution?

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Where in the World Are Phi Kappa Sigma Brothers?

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Have you used our Skulls directory lately? Our website has a full directory of our alumni – including the people who made your undergrad

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HOLD THE DATE – Alumni Gathering in State College for PSU/OSU away game October 21

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By Ty Torres “Ever find yourself missing football Saturdays at the House? The buildup for a good game, the camaraderie, the frosty beverages and the overall revelry?

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Psi Chapter Wins 6 Awards at 2023 Grand Chapter

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Over the summer, Gabriel Snead and Forman Stewart traveled to Phi Kappa Sigma’s Grand Chapter located in Ft. Worth TX where they met and discussed with representatives from other chapters.

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Celebrating 173 Years of Phi Kappa Sigma

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This year, Phi Kappa Sigma celebrates 173 years since its founding on August 16, 1850, at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Back to school with Phi Kappa Sigma 

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With summer winding down, it means a new school year is right around the corner. Soon, another class of students will be back on campus and in town, ready to experienc

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The older we get, the more we need our friends—and the harder it is to keep them

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When you’re in middle age, you start to realize how very much you need your friends. After decade

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